Videoconferencing meetings are a great way to bring colleagues together across the miles, but for effective collaboration to take place, people need to feel a connection with each other. Just because you’re not meeting in person doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice that connection. It all comes down to a great introduction. For your next videoconference in San Jose, use the tips in this video to make your introduction really count.
Avoid introductions that sound like a rundown of your resume. Instead, share a little bit about your true self during your videoconference. Give your fellow attendees a glimpse into what makes you tick to make them feel like they know you a little better. Creating these personal connections in the business setting can help to foster creativity and collaboration during videoconferencing meetings in San Jose.